Project #63 Halloween pencil toppers

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Halloween pencil toppers by Khali from Little. Lovely.

With Halloween just around the corner, here’s a great craft project to use as an alternative to candy for trick-or-treaters. They also make perfect presents for your children to hand out at school.

You’ll need:
*Green and black FIMO modelling clay
*Baking paper
*Baking tray
*Pencil
*Knife (optional)

Steps

Step one:
Preheat your oven to 110C or 230F.
Step two:
Divide your green modelling clay into four equal parts and roll one section into a ball to create a head for your witch. Note: You’ll need to work the clay in your hands for several minutes until it becomes pliable. 
Step three:
Using the top of your pencil, create a hole in the base of your clay ball.
Step four:
Model a nose from left over green clay and attach to your witch’s head. Be sure to press firmly when attaching the decorations to your witch’s head.
Step five:
Use black clay to create a mouth, hat, hair and eyes for your witch.
Step five:
Bake in the oven for 30 minutes and allow to cool before using.

You may also like to try making other creepy creatures like spiders and ghosts for the top of your pencils.

  Pencil-Topper-Close-Up

..Little. Lovely...


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